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Almost China’s national snack, people’s strong love for crawfish has meant graduate

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According to a report by Mycos, an educational research company, the average monthly salary for college graduates in China was 4,624 yuan in 2018.

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Last year, China Coast Guard seized 4.95 tons of illegal drugs and uncovered more than 1,100 smuggling cases

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